Netflix shaded ABC on Twitter after 'Roseanne' got pulled because of racism


"Gee, he never called President Donald J. Trump to apologize for the frightful statements made and said about me on ABC",

"I forgive u both, love u both", the 65-year-old comedian tweeted on Thursday, May 31.

I doubt Jarrett's feelings were hurt because she knows, like everyone else, that even with two broken legs and rubber crutches she could run moral and intellectual rings around Barr any day of the week.

Roseanne Barr's racist tweet and the swift axing of her rebooted show put hundreds of people out of work, with some wondering whether they would be paid, most knowing they wouldn't be, and few with any legal recourse.

"I don't want network television to stay away from reflecting blue-collar people in the middle of the country, and I hope somebody who just isn't a insane racist can make a show that's reflective of that, as well", she said.

Sanofi released a statement on Twitter expressly pointing out that racism is not a known side-effect of taking Ambien. We knew who Barr was, we knew what she stood for, and we knew the type of horrendous beliefs she supported.

"Or [that Barr] had made some agreement, at the beginning of the show, to maybe stay off Twitter", he said.

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"I wasn't gonna get an Emmy anyway", he said.

One post she retweeted read: 'BREAKING: According to sources ABC President Channing Dungey had a long conversation via phone with former First Lady Michelle Obama before deciding to cancel the Roseanne show. Jarrett herself said she hoped it could become a "teaching moment" for America. He noted that Robert Iger, chief executive of ABC parent Walt Disney Co., called Jarrett to tell her that ABC did not tolerate Barr's comments. "I'm so sick over this-they will never have better character actors on their network".

"Roseanne" had returned to USA screens in March after a 21-year hiatus with Barr's character recast as a Trump supporter in a rare depiction of working class life on the United States small screen.

Bob Iger is CEO of Disney, which owns ABC.

In the past, Trump has cited the popularity of "Roseanne" as evidence that his supporters want shows that speak to their concerns. It premiered in March to record-breaking ratings, scoring over 18-million viewers with its premiere, before dipping to about 10-million by season's end, but still remaining the No. 1 scripted primetime television series in the 18-49 demo.

"So this is what I'm going to say, Roseanne", Goldberg said.

Some disappointed fans have been calling for a spin-off featuring the cast without the disgraced actress, but Goodman scoffed: "Then you've heard more than I have".